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Technical Reports

CSI

The Computational Science Investigations Technical Reports series was started as a convenient grouping and location for a series of reports in the general area of "computational science." The list was started at The University of Hull, in July 2014. The list follows on in a direct sense from the earlier CSSG series and also from the DHPC technical note list.

The links below point to abstracts, which in most cases link on to PDF versions of the notes. If the note has been published elsewhere, citation information is also included. Citation information for all these online reports is also given in the BiBTeX file: cstn.bib.

In some cases, where material remains commercially sensitive or is not finalized, only the plain abstract is provided. In case of queries, contact Ken Hawick.


CSI-0068: 3D Printing for Visualisation of the Complex Physical Structures of Agent-Based Simulation Models on Lattices
K. A. Hawick, L. R. F. Odiam and L. A. D. Stockwell

CSI-0062: Simulations of Structural Asymmetries and Dimensional Dependence of Scaling in the Screened Eden Model
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0055: Computational Methods for Finding Long Cycles in Complex Networks
D. Chalupa, P. Balaghan, K. A. Hawick and N. A. Gordon

CSI-0046: Critical Flow Values, Degradation and Systems Failure of Water Distribution Networks
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0030: A Practical Review of 3D Printers and Digital Manufacturing Technologies
K. A. Hawick, L. A. D. Stockwell and L.R. F. Odiam

CSI-0027: 3D Print Technology for Cellular Agent-Based Growth Models
K. A. Hawick, L. A. D. Stockwell and L.R. F. Odiam

CSI-0026: Offshore Wind farm Network Connectivity Analysis and Optimisation using Graph Algorithms and Metrics
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0022: Big Data Analytics using Graph Algorithms on Graph Databases
P. Balaghan and K. A. Hawick

CSI-0021: Domain Modelling and Language Issues for Family History and Near-Tree Graph Data Applications
C. A. Maddra and K. A. Hawick

CSI-0018: Agent-Based Models for Analysing Cybersecurity and Privacy Protocols amongst Maritime Shipping Vessels
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0017: Betweenness centrality and Individual and Hub Importances in Social Network Graphs
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0016: Axelrod Models and Cultural Transfer between Well-Mixed and Pre-polarised States of Multiplex Networks
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0015: Scaling Properties of Minimal Spanning Trees in Simulated Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0014: Numerical Investigation of Critical Systems Failure in an Agent-Based Percolation Model for Fused Conductive Links
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0013: Trust and Reputation in Diffusion-Based Spatial Repeated Trials of the Prisoners' Dilemma Model
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0012: Metapopulations, Multiplex Networks and Spatial Patch Segregation in Schelling Models
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0011: Zoonomic and Spatial Diffusion Effects and Limits in Epidemic Models on Networks of Networks
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0010: Automatic High Performance Structural Optimisation for Agent-based Models
A. V. Husselmann and K. A. Hawick

CSI-0009: Meaningful Touch and Gestural Interactions with Simulations Interfacing via the Dart Programming Language
T. H. McMullen and K. A. Hawick

CSI-0008: Software Tools and Initial Population Sensitivity and Epochal Cycle of Four Generalised Game of Life Cellular Automata through Simulations
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0007: Modelling Flood Incursion and Coastal Erosion Using Cellular Automata Simulations
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0006: Neighbourhood, Geometry and Initial Conditional effects on Fairness and Agent Longevity in Large-Scale SugarScape Models
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0005: Dominating Effect on Spinodal Structure Behaviour of the Giant Component Cluster in Simulations of the Kawasaki Diffusion Model
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0004: Neighbourhood Size Dependence of Cooperator Cluster Emergence in the Spatial Volunteers' Dilemma
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0003: Role of Connectivity and Clusters in Spatial Cyclic SIRS Epidemic Dynamics
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0002: Centrality Metrics for Identifying Network Fragility in Protein-Protein Interaction Networks and Synthesized NK Systems
K. A. Hawick

CSI-0001: Multiple Species Phase Transitions in Agent-Based Simulations of the Schelling Segregation Model
K. A. Hawick


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